Partnership resources and audit tool
SNAICC has released three new resources to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous organisations that are engaging in or want to build partnerships for child and family service delivery.
SNAICC would like to thank everyone who registered their interest in and completed the survey for SNAICC’s partnership project. We drew on the survey outcomes and undertook further research and consultation to inform the new resources. SNAICC would also like to thank the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) and the Commonwealth Department of Social Services (DSS) for their support to develop the resources.
We’re now inviting all organisations currently involved in partnerships to provide service supports to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families to complete a voluntary audit of their partnerships using the third new resource, SNAICC’s online partnership tool
This tool provides a framework for measuring progress towards achieving genuine partnership goals.
The audit tool will help you to reflect on your partnership and plan to strengthen and develop it. It works for everyone from partnership beginners to those who have been working collaboratively for a long time and would like to evaluate and reflect on their progress.
Responses received through the audit will also be used by SNAICC to better understand the development of partnerships across Australia and to assist SNAICC in identifying organisations to be involved in the third stage of the project – partnership workshops and case study profiles, facilitated by SNAICC.
This voluntary audit tool is permanently available online.
Partnership project: Stage three
The audit can either be completed with partnership organisations together or individually. No identifying information about any service received through the audit will be published or shared without permission.
Note: for services wishing to be involved in the third stage of the project, the audit tool must have been completed by Tuesday 10 March 2020.
If you have any questions about SNAICC’s partnership work, please contact Andria Mastroianni on (03) 9419 1921 or firstname.lastname@example.org